Weakley County Circuit Court Clerk


See also: ABOUT TENNESSEE TRIAL COURTS, and TENNESSEE RULES OF COURT, EVIDENCE, AND PROCEDURE


Pam Belew has been the clerk of the Circuit Court and General Sessions Court since September of 1998. She was a graduate of Gleason High School in 1969 and attended the University of Tennessee at Martin. She worked with the school system for three years and was appointed City Recorder for the City of Gleason in 1983. Pam was employed by the city for fifteen years before being elected in 1998 and re-elected in 2002, 2006 and 2010.

She was secretary for the West Tennessee State Court Clerks Association, a member of County Officials Association of Tennessee, and a Certified Public Administrator. She is also Weakley County Judicial Program ADA Coordinator.

Mission Statement: To provide a depository of records and information concerning the orders and judgments of criminal and civil action brought by the citizens of the county in an accurate manner so that a clear result of the proceedings in the courtroom is available for future inspection.

Performance Objectives: To ensure the efficient operation of the office where both felony criminal cases and civil matters are filed. To offer guidance and information to the public in regard to cases filed in the court of record. To keep correct and accessible the records concerning sentencing and judgments.